Programme

Provisional Detailed Program (link to download)

Course Materials (link to access)

Day 1 (Monday 8 July)

  • Morning 1: History of AI and Law (Kevin Ashley)
  • Morning 2: Knowledge-based systems for representing regulations (1). Theory (Giuseppe Contissa, Monica Palmirani, Giovanni Sartor)
  • Afternoon 1: Knowledge-based systems for representing regulations (2). Hands-on experience (Giuseppe Contissa, Monica Palmirani)
  • Afternoon 2: Models of legal argument: Case-based approaches (Kevin Ashley)

Day 2 (Tuesday 9 July)

  • Morning 1: Models of legal argument: Logical and integrated approaches (Henry Prakken)
  • Morning 2: Evidential reasoning (Henry Prakken)
  • Afternoon 1: Machine learning: introduction (Marco Lippi)
  • Afternoon 2: Legal document analysis: Natural Legal Language Process (Arthur Dyevre)

Day 3 (Wednesday 10 July)

  • Morning 1: Information extraction, Document analysis and design (Adam Wyner)
  • Morning 2: Network analysis (Guido Caldarelli)
  • Afternoon 1: Predicting outcomes of cases (Kevin Ashley)
  • Afternoon 2: Legal forecasting (Arthur Dyevre)